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Forced line break using grep style

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Oct 26, 2018

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Hello,

We are using In-design for automation (XML Tagging) but sometime we are unable to do a force line break. Can anyone help us to know if any Content with some count needs to have a forced line break, Is it possible to use grep style or any other alternative in in-design?

Thanks in advance

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Correct answer by Colin_Flashman | Adobe Community Professional

I agree with Peter (great to see you again on the forums BTW) but there is a technique that "cheats" a bit that may be of assistance. Have a look at this video from Daniel Solis' youtube channel "Card at work": Card at Work: 11 - Inserting and Keeping Line Breaks in InDesign DataMerge - YouTube

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Forced line break using grep style

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Hello,

We are using In-design for automation (XML Tagging) but sometime we are unable to do a force line break. Can anyone help us to know if any Content with some count needs to have a forced line break, Is it possible to use grep style or any other alternative in in-design?

Thanks in advance

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Correct answer by Colin_Flashman | Adobe Community Professional

I agree with Peter (great to see you again on the forums BTW) but there is a technique that "cheats" a bit that may be of assistance. Have a look at this video from Daniel Solis' youtube channel "Card at work": Card at Work: 11 - Inserting and Keeping Line Breaks in InDesign DataMerge - YouTube

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GREP Styles cannot create new characters (forced line breaks are a character) where they don't already exist, only change the formatting of existing characters.

If this is possible to automate I suspect it will require a script.

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I agree with Peter (great to see you again on the forums BTW) but there is a technique that "cheats" a bit that may be of assistance. Have a look at this video from Daniel Solis' youtube channel "Card at work": Card at Work: 11 - Inserting and Keeping Line Breaks in InDesign DataMerge - YouTube

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